Hotels in Huntingdon

Old Bridge Hotel
1 High Street

PE29 3TQ

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The Old Bridge is a handsome 18th Century building overlooking the River Ouse. Its atmosphere balances that of a professionally run town-house hotel and a relaxed, bustling inn.

The 24 bedrooms are individually decorated to a very high standard and equipped with all modern facilities, including satellite TV. Most rooms have air-conditioning and many have top quality CD stereos and Bang and Olufsen TV/DVDs..

The main Terrace Restaurant is open every day serving our full menu, bargain lunches, snacks and sandwiches. The Dining Room is open for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays as a smart restaurant serving a £36 menu - 4 courses with coffee and petits fours. The Dining Room is also available for private parties. The wine list has been judged as best in the UK by both Egon Ronay and the AA.

A fully-equipped Business Centre is available for corporate guests.
Licenced for Civil Wedding Ceremonies.


Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars

Number of Rooms: 24
Number Ensuite: 24
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Cuisine: International
Awards: AA Wine Award
Egon Ronay Cellar of the Year
AA 2 Rosettes
Good Food Guide Recommended

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:


Grilled focaccia bread with garlic butter £3
- or with olives, confit garlic and olive oil £3.50
Salted cashews and almonds £1.95
Casablanca olives £1.95 Homemade crisps £1.95
Hot chorizo sausage with olives £3.50 (5 minutes)

Mediterranean fish soup with rouille and croûtons £6.25
Asian salad with roast sweet potato, pickled ginger, soy and sesame dressing £5.95
Sprouting broccoli and oregano £6.50 (larger portion with salad £11.50)
Rabbit agnolotti with marjoram and parmesan £6.95
Warm salad of confit pheasant with pomegranate, shallots, walnuts and a walnut dressing £6.50
Terrine of ham hock and foie gras with truffle pease pudding £7.95

Baked fillet of hake with marinated potatoes, sprouting broccoli and tapenade £14.95
John Dory with braised savoy cabbage, pancetta, roast onions and thyme £18.95
Roast winter vegetables with Moroccan spiced cous cous, tzatziki and a fig and chilli chutney £9.95
Braised pork with roast butter nut squash, cavolo nero, gnocchi and marjoram £15.50
Roast loin of Denham estate venison with beetroot puree, celeriac rosti, confit garlic
and a red wine sauce £18.50
Braised shoulder of Cornish lamb with cumin potatoes, red cabbage and parsnip crisps £14.95
Roast fillet of Aberdeenshire beef with fondant potato, roast shallots, spinach and fricassé
of wild mushrooms £22.95
VEGETABLES are only as described with each dish. We also offer:
Hand-cut chips £2.50 Sprouting broccoli £2.50 Braised red cabbage £2.50
Selection of 3 vegetables £3.95 Mash potato £2.50 Green beans £2.50

Simple salads – side dish £3.50 starter £5.50
Green salad – lettuce, avocado, green olives (with stones!), beans and olive oil vinaigrette
Wild rocket and parmesan with pine nuts and Tuscan olive oil
Caesar salad (cos lettuce, anchovies, croutons, garlic and anchovy dressing)
with char-grilled chicken £6.50/ £10.95 (without chicken £5.50 / £9.95)
Prosciutto di San Danielle, (14 months aged cured ham from Friuli, NE Italy)
with bruschetta and Tuscan olive oil £7.95
and with an artichoke salad £10.50
Coln Valley Scottish smoked salmon
served simply with lemon and capers £7.50 (£11.50 large portion + salad)
with blinis and crème fraîche £7.95 (with a shot of iced Stolichnaya vodka £9.95)
Deep-fried fish and chips with pease pudding (split peas with bacon) £11.95
Cotswold pork sausages with mashed potato and an onion and Dijon mustard sauce £9.95
Char-grilled Aberdeenshire steak with chips, beans, fried onions, mushroom and béarnaise
Rib-eye £15.95 Sirloin £16.95 Fillet £22.95 Côte de Boeuf £29.95 (for 2 people)

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